Join cultural organisations across Liverpool working together to make a stand against climate change:
20 Stories High, Alef Trust, ArtsGroupie, The Atkinson, Baltic Creative, Bed and Breakfast Live Music, Bido Lito!, Blackfest, Bluecoat, Cinema Nation, Collective Encounters, Convenience Gallery, Constellations, Culture Liverpool, DaDaFest, dot-art, Eat Me + Preach, Everyman & Playhouse, FACT, First Take, Focal Studios, Future Yard, Good Liverpool, Heart of Glass, Invisible Wind Factory, Kitty’s Laundrette, Liverpool Arab Arts Festival, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool Irish Festival, Liverpool Sound City, Luma Creations, Make CIC, March For The Arts, Meraki, Merseyside Dance Initiative, Metal, Mooncup Theatre, Movema, National Museums Liverpool, Open Culture, Open Door, Open Eye Gallery, Paperwork Theatre, Royal Court Theatre, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Safe Regeneration, Squash, St. Luke's Bombed Out Church, Tate Liverpool, Tmesis Theatre, The Vocal Booth, University of Liverpool, The Windows Project, Treasure Hunt, Unity, University of Liverpool, Wordscape Ltd, Yellow House
By signing the pledge your organisation commits to the network, improving the environmental sustainability of their day-to-day operations and promising to:
Use the network to help develop knowledge and practices to help it reach carbon neutrality;
Become a more environmentally sustainable and regenerative organisation;
Allocate a member of staff to represent the organisation within the Shift Liverpool network;
Provide the organisation’s representative with work time to:
Attend the Shift meetings
Reflect on the knowledge gained
Make internal recommendations for my organisation;
Take the recommendations from the representative on board and follow up with appropriate action;
Mutually support the organisations in the network, collectively sharing knowledge and resources;
Promote carbon reduction and carbon offsetting in tandem with the other Shift organisations.
To find out more on why we are establishing the Shift network, check out this recording of our launch with Lucy Latham (Julie’s Bicycle) and Simon Curtis (MAST) - video
If you are part of a cultural organisation and would like more information about Shift, how to join or would like to discuss anything about sustainability in culture we’d love to hear from you.
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